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Pilgrim High School gym will soon be transformed into a professional wrestling arena. The school will be the location of Collars and Elbows on Oct. 14, a pro wrestling event organized by Pilgrim … more
With allegations swirling that Warwick firefighters are “gaming” unused sick time to get more pay than they deserve, the Warwick Firefighters Union has hired an independent accountant to review … more
Governor Gina Raimondo announced on Oct. 1 the leadership, composition and first meeting of the Governor's Task Force to Tackle Plastics. Established by the Tackling Plastics Executive Order signed by Governor Raimondo in July, the group will develop a more
By GERYL SOPHIA VARGAS As a cadet and a student, I was only ever familiar with what the Vietnam War was based on what my history teachers would say during class. In my JROTC class before starting the annual service-learning project, we were briefly more
By JEN COWART February 14, 2018 will be remembered by many as the day when 17 staff and students from Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, were killed in a mass shooting, and many others were injured. The shooting differed from those school more
By MARY JOHNSON Fifteen years ago, Amerisewn, in Cranston, made carrying cases for Apple computers, eyeglass cases, and sports bags. Today, CEO John Caito designs and manufactures high tech gear that protects military, law enforcement and mental health more
Mt. Pleasant High School, Class of 1983, will have its 35th Class Reunion Oct. 6 at 6 p.m. at The Last Resort, 325 Farnum Pike, Smithfield. Cost is $35 per person. RSVP by Sept. 15. A fun evening with great friends, dinner and music. Send check payable more
It would appear that incumbent Congressman Jim Langevin and his Republican opponent Sal Caiozzo will appear face-to-face in a debate, but just when hasn't been determined. Last week, Caiozzo in a press release urged, In the name of honesty and" more
The big games were on. Depending what you liked – the Red Sox or the Patriots – there was plenty of action to watch on Sunday afternoon. It was also a perfect day, and while some exerted … more
The public is invited to join CCAP health professionals for diabetes education, free health screenings, flu shots, healthy food demonstrations, music, dancing, pumpkin painting and fun activities Saturday, Oct. 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the CCAP more
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